Did you know that you can grow your own black pepper. I didn’t but it turns out you can. Ground black pepper is one of the most widely used of all spices around the world. I just recently saw an article in the news about a man in China that was making peppercorns out of mud and selling them as peppercorns.
I suppose if he mixed in some peppercorns a person would probably never know they were grinding mud into their food. Then I saw this gardening how to and I think I may grow my own. Like most spices, the black pepper plant can easily be grown in most any backyard garden. This article was designed to introduce the reader to the black pepper plant, also referred to as the peppercorn plant.
This gardening article on growing black pepper plants is from Balcony Garden Web. The author shares a whole lot of details about the best way to go about growing the somewhat difficult plant to grow. They talk about preparing the soil, when to plant them, what type of soil, how much water and the best locations for planting them for the best results. For folks that really prefer to grow their own foods, you can also Grow Your Own Cooking Oil. How cool is that.
Benefits of reading the Gardening Tips: Grow Your Own Black Pepper
Discover a whole lot of valuable information about the black pepper plant.
The article goes into great detail about how best to plan and prepare to grow the black pepper plant.
All of the information is presented in a way that makes it extremely easy to read and understand.
There are several full-color pictures that help to provide a good visual reference of the article.
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